StorageCraft Granular Recovery for Exchange–there for you when you need it most!

StorageCraft Granular Recovery for Exchange–there for you when you need it most!

February 27

Sure, it’s good to put precautionary measures in place to avoid Microsoft Exchange issues from popping-up in the first place.  Actions like taking and testing backups regularly will ensure you have a copy of your critical Exchange data after a disaster strikes.  Putting native Exchange tools to work for you can also help prevent hardware and software failures, corruption, data loss, and data theft.  But what are your plans if the precautionary measures don’t work?  This can be stressful for those who hold the critical responsibility of keeping email systems up and running.  But, losing an e-mail message or consolidating Exchange servers doesn’t have to bring your business to a standstill.

When troubles with Microsoft Exchange come up, don’t face those challenges alone.  Take an additional precautionary measure of selecting a tool that gives you granular recovery of Exchange data when you need it most: after a disaster. With this tool in your arsenal you are ready to face the complexity of your Exchange server(s) and take the actions needed to remedy the situation. Because when email goes down, the speed at which you can restore normal operations is critical.

StorageCraft Granular Recovery for Exchange provides fast and reliable search, recovery and migration of Microsoft Exchange mailboxes, e-mail messages, and e-mail attachments.  It works as an add-on accessory for any Exchange server backup and supports Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013.

The convenient drag-and-drop user interface of this tool simplifies the complexity of Exchange databases and helps you with search, recovery and migration jobs. And, it allows you to flexibly restore data to a live Exchange environment or to a PST file.

Be prepared for email outages by putting this tool to work in your operations helping you quickly return your email operations to normal after a disaster strikes.